The 2TB Store 'n' Save USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive from Verbatim is a stellar means of backing up your computer's data or storing extra files. This quiet, fanless, external drive features 2TB of capacity and boasts a USB 3.0 port for speedy data transfers. The USB 3.0 port features a maximum data transfer speed of 5Gbps, which is 10 times greater than USB 2.0.
The drive is also loaded with a few different software programs. You'll receive Verbatim's Formatter and Green-Button energy-saving software as well as Nero BackItUP and Burn Essentials. The drive supports USB 3.0 with Windows computers and USB 2.0 with Macs.* It can be positioned horizontally or vertically.
Note: Please make sure to check that your Windows or Mac operating system supports hard drives of 1TB or larger.
USB 3.0 connectivity increases transfer speed up to 10x faster than USB 2.0
This speed is theoretical and will be less than 10 times USB 2.0.
Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 ports
Mac computer's do not support USB 3.0 but do support USB 2.0.
Includes Nero BackItUp & Burn Essentials Software
Includes Verbatim's Green Button energy-saving software
Verbatim's Formatter software, allowing users to easily format the drive to either FAT32 or NTFS (or FAT32 to HFS+ for Mac version), based on their own requirements
Enclosure design allows for horizontal or vertical orientation to minimize space requirement
Ventilation slots allow for fan less, quiet operation
Industry-leading 7-year limited warranty
In the Box
Verbatim 2TB Store 'n' Save USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive
Software Preloaded on Drive: Nero BackItUp and Burn Essentials, Verbatim's Green Button Energy, Verbatim's Formatter
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7 Mac OS X 10.1 or higher Linux kernal 2.6 and higher
Computer with a USB 3.0, 2.0, or 1.1. port
1. Mac computers support USB 2.0, but not USB 3.0 2. Some Windows and Mac operating systems do not support drives of 1TB or greater. Please check to ensure that this drive will work with your computer 3. For USB 3.0 transfer speeds, you will need a computer with a USB 3.0 port 4. You might need to reformat the drive to operate it with your Mac